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Unity 3D Game Development by Example by Ryan Henson Creighton

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Summary

Chapter 1 was all about getting a feel for what Unity can do and for what the program interface had to offer. Here's what we found out:

  • Massive 80 person teams, all the way down to tiny one- or two-person teams are using Unity to create fun games.
  • By thinking small, we'll have more success in learning Unity and producing fully functional games instead of huge but half-baked abandoned projects.
  • Different flavors of Unity help us deploy our games to different platforms. By using the free indie version, we can deploy to the Web, and the Mac and PC platforms.
  • The Unity interface has controls and panels that let us visually compose our game assets, and test games on the fly right inside the program!

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